We are delighted to share the news that Sense Scotland has been awarded an ASDAN Centre of Excellence certificate in recognition of our outstanding practice in running ASDAN courses over the last year.
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded £39,800 from Creative Scotland’s Youth Music Initiative, funded by the Scottish Government.
Sense Scotland has been awarded £19,990 from Postcode Local Trust, funded by players of People’s Postcode Lottery, to establish a sensory garden at TouchBase Lanarkshire, a newly refurbished resource in Hamilton which opened in April 2016.
Quality Scotland’s Chairman of 15 years, Sir Andrew Cubie, CBE FRSE, has announced that he will stand down from the post in November 2016.
Ooh la la – One Giant Leap’s recent trip to Disneyland Paris was declared magnifique by all who went on the adventure.
Creative juices are flowing at TouchBase Lanarkshire thanks to a magnificent £16,299 grant from the People’s Postcode Trust which funded our arts and music rooms.
HRH: The Princess Royal, received a warm welcome this week when she visited TouchBase Lanarkshire to declare it officially open.
Our One Giant Leap allotment opened it doors to show how the local community reaps the rewards of the great work that goes on there.
Our Siblings Group had a fantastic time at this year’s Young Carers Festival – a camping festival for young carers all over Scotland.
The holidays are almost over and children everywhere are getting ready to go back to school and so is TouchBase regular Alison, who will be teaching BSL to local school children.